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Vicent Marti recently put together a write up covering the changes he’s made in the complete rewrite of the Redcarpet library, soon to be released as Redcarpet, version 2.0. This release separates the parser and renderer to allow easier extension and even adds some GitHub helpers like fenced code blocks and more.
The JRuby branch from the Jenkins repository has been merged into Jenkins master. This means that we're one step closer to having Ruby take over the world. Or, well, one step closer to writing Jenkins extensions in Ruby, anyway. They need your help to finish the work, so get on it.
It's not a common need, but if you wanted to render your Rails 3.1 asset files into a string, you'll find there are some difficulties with it. Last week, the Phusion team ran into those issues and wrote up how they worked around it and what had to be done to use the new asset pipeline when rendering assets to strings.
Ian Oxley put together a quick, very introductory post on HAML, covering tags, comments, attributes, indention, using Ruby, and the command line. If you haven't yet tried it, this should get you going quickly and is much easier to read than standard documentation.
On Sunday Goncalo Silva wrote up a great overview of his work on Performance Testing Rails applications. Want to know if your homepage is rendering more slowly with each new gem you add to your application, or following that last Rails upgrade you did? Here's how you can track it and find out.
Pratik Naik, of 37signals, recently released Cramp, an asynchronous, realtime web application framework built on top of EventMachine. It uses WebSockets, Ruby 1.9’s fibers, optionally works seamlessly with Active Record, and more. Get Cramp'in.
will_paginate 3.0, GitHub Issues iPhone app, the "2011 Rubyist's guide to a Mac OS X development environment" blog post, ruby-debug with Pow, and "Stop Using Backbone As If It Were A Stateless Web Server" blog post
We SimpleCov Thin Datagrids, talk Sequel, bump Rubygems, build Admin interfaces, and mention a new Rails RC as well on this episode of Ruby5.
Live from JRubyConf, Dave Bock and Jim Weirich interview a few community characters, and cover the weeks' ruby news with projects like Deployinator, Jsonify-rails, JS2Coffee, and more.
Speed up your development environment with active_reload, Cassandra video tutorial, validate avatar images, ruby apis for KISS metrics, consume apis with Logical Model, getting going on OS X Lion, and YAML backed databases.
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